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As others have mentioned, Frozen Bobble would be a good place to look for an example of distribution.

I *think* the SVN version of SDL_Perl have improved OSX functionality, not really sure as the upgrade to the module had the side effect of it failing to install on my linux boxes and as far as I know, wasn't fixed, so I stopped paying attention.

I've kind of given up on SDL_Perl, I plugged a bunch of leaks, added a couple of mixer functions and sent it off, in December of 2006. Still waiting for them to be included. Since they haven't been, and every update seems to break something, helping with development seems to be a waste of time for me.

I've just been tweaking my own branch since. If I had more time, I think I'd just roll my own with wxSDL, but I don't.

-Lee
"To be civilized is to deny one's nature."

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